THE U. OF M. DAILY.
GLOVE SALE! GLOVE SALE!
The proprietor gradnoted in '84 dT Another lot of those Straet Gloves received, sold everywhere for $1.75, your ch ice this we I
the prescrption clerk in '90. They for $1.25, all shades and sizes,
have lea-ned their business hy hard CHOICE OF ANY HAT IN OUR WINDOW, $1.00.
study, What they know is at your
disposal at1 DOWPISH Q TTESON T EOUTFITTER,_2_3__S_
Calkins' PharmacyUE tTjA .
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NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Ilave a Full Assortment of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.
THE USUAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO STUDENTS.
SECOND HAND BOOKS BOUGHT OR EXCIJANGED.
CAZEUDs EGRAtTS1D =N WSE 2TEST hFTrYZI,2S.
Special Sale of Writing Tablets.
U Fine Linen and Wove Writing Papers, 25c
Sweaters and Gymnasium Saits.
Visiting Cards engraved on short notice.
University Booksellers, Stationers and
The Simplex Printer.
A new invention for duplicating copies of
writings and drawings.
Does not char the tick.
Htas no bad odor.
Hras never been in barrels-
It is pure carbon.
Does ot smoke cliomseso.
Gives a pure white light.
Is as white as distilled water.
Giles light without smoke o, aodor.
Sold only by Deat & Co.
. rItl meet arny piree made on oil.
44 South ainen Arbor, Mich. DEAN & COMPANY.
From an original, an ordinary paper with
any pen, ioo copies can be made. Fifty
copies ofntypewriter manuscripts produced
We will sell this machine for only
$5.00. which is way beiow cost oe
manufaoture. The Printer is new
and can be seen at the office and
O. K. BARBER SHOP.
htln eonnectioi: Fine Sbower Baths. new por-
celate tis. '0 baths for *5.00. Ladies' Hair
Dressing- Parloi upstairs.
.RH. TRitOANowei, 00 E. Washingrton d.
PATRONIZE OWEN'S BARBER SHOP,
No. 4 East Huron Street.
FIRaT N ATION AL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $M1.000.
eign esehange .bnught asd said. Letters of
credit procured for trasveIersabrnad.
P. BACH, Preas. S. W. CLAEKSON, Cashier.
KE)IJ4 Ji1IUNDRY G0
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SEnviss, - Manlager.
Prof. Stanley is still confined to
Dr. W. A. Wehe, '93, has located
at Topeka, Kansas.
Miss Edith Jones, '96 lit, is teach-
in at Dowagiac, Mich.
Mr. Lovett, '93 law, is located at
Huntington, West Virginia.
D. J. Moyer, '93 medic, is prac-
ticing medicine at Ottawa, Ill.
Midway Plaisance at the Guard's
Armory is proving quite an attraction
J. W. Morrison, lit. '92 is princi-
pal of Hickory Flat Institute at
Hickory Flat, Ky.
The junior laws are having quiz-
zes in Stephen on Pleading under
Prof. Griffin this week.
The new School of Music build-
ing will be dedicated on Tuesday
evening next at 8 o'clock.
The printed lecture controversy
in the law department will be defi-
nitely settled in a short time.
Six men under Prof. Cooley went
to Chicago this week to pack up
the U. of M. exhibit at the "Fair."
There will be a meeting of the
inter-university debate committee,
Friday, at 1:30 p. m., at the usual
It is reported that Dr. L. B.
Humphrey, class of '93 was acci-
dently drowned in Indian Territory
0 which place he had gone to ac-
cept a position as an instructor in a
college and to practice his profes-
U. of M. Philological society will
meet tonight in Room E. Papers
will be read by Dr. Leser and Mr.
Dr. F. B. Powers, '93, has been
appointed Professor of Histology
and Pathology in the Tenn. Medi-
Hahnemannian society met last
night at 8 o'clock in Newberry hall.
A good programme was enjoyed by
The S. C. A. reception to New
England students will be given next
Wednesday evening. Prof. Stanley
will act as toastmaster.
There will be a meeting of the
senior lit independent "co-eds" on
Saturday to choose three members
of the Castalian board.
Some of the senior electrical en-
gineers go to Detroit this week to
assist in the testing of a new electric
lighting and power plant.
A new plan for calling the roll in
the law department is being dis-
cussed and considered by the stu-
dents and quizmasters. It is aimed
to save time consumed in roll call.
There are six members of '93
medic class in Ann Arbor. Miss
Bishop is assistant to Dr. Dock,
Dr. Blair, assistant to Dr. Herd-
man; Dr. Roberts, assistant to Dr.
Huber; Dr. Muirhead, assistant to
chair of Materia Medica; Dr. Sauer-
mann, assistant to Dr. Carrow, and
Dr. F. D. Patterson is taking P. G.
©:WMR. FUL DE,Ia
FIR1STr CLASS TAIL.OR[,
Wiliamstreet, Firstdoor WestofeState Street.
U. OF M. FLAGS.
Sterling Silver, enamelled in
yellowe tind loe, stick pin
or catch pi. Price, $1.50.
W31. ARNOLD, Jeele.
FLOW S, FrOWZI 9S
FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY.COSN
HA . Fws aGl 3dSk n'S. .1ldl5
Capital, $30,100. Surplus and Profts $$,000.
Does a general banring busiaess. Pays inter-
eat on Savings Desits. Ilas Safty
R. KEMP+,P 'ies. F.RH. BELSER, Cashier.
Bank open Saturday evening.
ARE THE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS who are will-
ing to pay a litte moerelthan eke price
harged ei ytr teordinaiytrade Cigarettes,
willand THIS BRAND superior toaliothers.
The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
ae made fromthe brightest, most deicate
is faavor, and highest cast GOLD LEAF
grown in Tirginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and observe
that ike name ofthe nianuacturers as
kelow is on every package.
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C*BRANC ,lCt1 NDsV1AG1N1A
Has the newest Saland Winter Wooten and
largest stock in the city. You ean get any
seleetion you are looking for.
COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington St., near Main.